Every Sunday Morning 10.30am

Monthly on 1st Wednesday 1.00pm

Our main service is at 10.30am on a Sunday and will finish by 12 noon. We welcome people of all ages and from all walks of life. Children are able to enjoy their own meeting called “Out the Back”.

You can expect a warm and friendly welcome and you should find hope, encouragement and a challenge.

We are a friendly church with a passion to fulfil our Mission Statement – ‘Making Jesus known to all’. We try to be relevant without compromising our Christian Beliefs and principles, seeking to be faithful followers of Jesus in our society today.


When you arrive, you will be welcomed by one of our members.  Don’t worry there are no reserved seats so feel free to sit wherever you feel most comfortable.

We aim to make our worship services as open as possible.  Our worship group leads us in a mix of traditional hymns and contemporary songs of worship. We also worship through teaching utilising video, prayer and occasionally drama.

During the service we take up an offering from our regular congregation towards the work of the church and our support of mission. Please do not feel obliged to contribute if you are visiting.


When you come and spend some time with us, we want you to feel comfortable and at ease.  You will see adults and children wearing everything from jeans and t-shirts to suits and ties so please don’t feel you need to “dress up”; just come as you are.


Each month we hold a communion service (usually on the 2nd Sunday in the morning and 3rd Sunday in the evening) where we break bread together to celebrate Jesus’ death and resurrection.


At the end of the service we serve usually serve tea, coffee and juice in the rear hall for those who wish to stay. This would be a great opportunity for you to get to know us better and we’d love you to join us.

Recently we have experimented by replacing our regular evening service with a midweek service held on the 1st Wednesday from 1 pm to 2 pm and always includes communion. Its format is usually Teaching, Reflection and Prayer. 

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